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Sorry for the very late notice on this one - this event was originally planned as a dealer-only event, but we're opening it up to the public now too!

 

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Join us at our Head Quarters for an Educational Detail Clinic on how to get your car ready for show season! Hosted by Adam Pitale and staff. The Clinic is this Saturday, May 13th from 10AM - 1PM. 

 

Stop by Adam's Polishes at 587 South Taylor Ave Louisville, CO 80027 and join in on the fun and learning! We'll be happy to answer questions, offer advice, and help with any supplies you may need!

 

Admission is free, and this is a kid-friendly event as well :)

 

I'll be flying out to HQ on Thursday, and I hope to see you there this weekend! -Dan@Adams

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That's not a road trip, when that's considered your back yard.

 

 

 

I beg to differ. I might just go down towards Walsenburg, swing over to Durango, head up towards Grand Junction, then drive right on into Lousiville (~740 mi). All to show off the shine. If my car gets selected to have special treatment during the clinic by The Master himself, I'll go back home via California. :)

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Anyone else on here going??? I think forum members should have special, Adam's logo nametags.

 

Sorry we've been swamped and getting things ready all week. Finishing up everything right now, you guys and gals can make forum name tags if you want. Make sure to find me and say hi :)

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I have absolutely no idea what that means. ;)

Haha, i wouldn't expect anyone to know!

 

Its a skills test with 7 stations for the national registry of emergency medical technicians (NREMT), so i can get my EMT license to work on my local ambulance! I passed with flying colors. 

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Nic,

Congrats on passing your test!

 

 

 

Haha, i wouldn't expect anyone to know!

 

Its a skills test with 7 stations for the national registry of emergency medical technicians (NREMT), so i can get my EMT license to work on my local ambulance! I passed with flying colors.

 

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Agree with your assessment, Chris, but you can sleep when you're old!

 

Thanks to Adam and his team of experts for a GREAT time at today's Open House & Detail Clinic. Adam's business philosophy, products, and dedication to customer service are why I'm a customer and recommend Adam's for all my friends' detailing needs. (You're welcome, Chris!)

 

 

Some of the vehicles at today's event...

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Good point, Steve. And Joe, ironically, they were making t-shirts there on spot...in the warehouse pic, the funky looking machine on the left that looks like an antenna is the screen printer (I don't know the guy in the red shorts :blink:). Sorry, man, I'd have picked one up for you had I known you wanted one.

 

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First, thanks to Adam and the entire Adam's team for a really fun and informative day. You have a top notch organization, and it was exciting to see first-hand what makes your company so special. For the readers, if you haven't visited the HQ yet, you owe it to yourself to do so if you ever get the opportunity.

 

Also, I'd like to give a special thanks to Matt for taking the time to give me personal tour and a look behind the scenes, Dan for his insights to take my detailing to the next level (I really look forward to trying the Ceramic Boost), Ryan for an enjoyable talk in your office (and thanks for remembering me), Joe for explaining the site's picture/video process, Eric for coming all the way from Cincy to talk and also fill my order :D, Kourtney for taking my money :o, and some Adam's dealers (Mike and Norm) for taking a few minutes to just chat and enjoy the day.

 

Here's a quick write-up with some pictures:

 

The clinic began with cars arriving (see Steve's pics above), Adam running around talking with a lot of us, and final preparations by the staff. Some food and drinks were laid out, as well. 

 

As you could probably guess, the clinic had two phases, both taught by Adam: 1) car wash, and 2) paint correction. The demos mainly consisted of a 2-bucket wash with Foam Gun, sealant process with HGG, paint correction with the SK, and even some ceramic trim coating. Those were certainly a couple of lucky owners!

 

One thing that really stuck out to me was seeing lots of the staff's families drop by to also enjoy the event. Saw lots of kids walking around like they own the place...and they probably do! Adam has built an awesome work environment and what looks like a true family with his staff.  :)

 

At the end, even after the clinic and open house "officially" concluded, Adam and his staff stuck around for help with anyone's car that needed or asked for it. That was awesome.

 

Finally, here are a few more pics to add to Steve's lineup...

 

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My garage and mech room are starting to look like this.

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But not quite this.

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Chris great post, next time bring me home the light "F" the shirt baahahahahha j/k

 

 

Good point, Steve. And Joe, ironically, they were making t-shirts there on spot...in the warehouse pic, the funky looking machine on the left that looks like an antenna is the screen printer (I don't know the guy in the red shorts :blink:). Sorry, man, I'd have picked one up for you had I known you wanted one.

 

************

 

First, thanks to Adam and the entire Adam's team for a really fun and informative day. You have a top notch organization, and it was exciting to see first-hand what makes your company so special. For the readers, if you haven't visited the HQ yet, you owe it to yourself to do so if you ever get the opportunity.

 

Also, I'd like to give a special thanks to Matt for taking the time to give me personal tour and a look behind the scenes, Dan for his insights to take my detailing to the next level (I really look forward to trying the Ceramic Boost), Ryan for an enjoyable talk in your office (and thanks for remembering me), Joe for explaining the site's picture/video process, Eric for coming all the way from Cincy to talk and also fill my order :D, Kourtney for taking my money :o, and some Adam's dealers (Mike and Norm) for taking a few minutes to just chat and enjoy the day.

 

Here's a quick write-up with some pictures:

 

The clinic began with cars arriving (see Steve's pics above), Adam running around talking with a lot of us, and final preparations by the staff. Some food and drinks were laid out, as well. 

 

As you could probably guess, the clinic had two phases, both taught by Adam: 1) car wash, and 2) paint correction. The demos mainly consisted of a 2-bucket wash with Foam Gun, sealant process with HGG, paint correction with the SK, and even some ceramic trim coating. Those were certainly a couple of lucky owners!

 

One thing that really stuck out to me was seeing lots of the staff's families drop by to also enjoy the event. Saw lots of kids walking around like they own the place...and they probably do! Adam has built an awesome work environment and what looks like a true family with his staff.  :)

 

At the end, even after the clinic and open house "officially" concluded, Adam and his staff stuck around for help with anyone's car that needed or asked for it. That was awesome.

 

Finally, here are a few more pics to add to Steve's lineup...

 

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My garage and mech room are starting to look like this.

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But not quite this.

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